A little over a year ago, two Houston-area developers scooped up an historic property on Washington Avenue with plans to renovate. Though the property’s vacant space hasn’t been leased yet, more details on the developers’ plans for the building were revealed.
The second floor of the historic, 17,000-square-foot property at 1919 Washington Avenue will likely contain co-working space, Jason Baker and Kenneth Katz of Baker Katz shared with the Houston Business Journal. It would be one of the first co-working concepts in the Heights and Washington Avenue corridor. So far, most of Houston’s newest co-working concepts have been concentrated in the city’s downtown core or sprinkled throughout the suburbs.
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